How New York’s Best Bagel Shop Makes 100,000 Bagels By Hand Every Week | Big Batches | Insider Food

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One of New York City’s most iconic foods is the bagel, and Utopia Bagels in Queens has been a destination for both locals and tourists for over 40 years. One of the biggest reasons the shop is so popular is that it bakes up to 15,000 bagels throughout the day. Customers are almost always guaranteed a fresh, hot bagel when they come in.

We visited the shop to see what makes these bagels so famous and how they are made in such big batches.

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How New York’s Best Bagel Shop Makes 100,000 Bagels By Hand Every Week | Big Batches | Insider Food

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